mardi 25 janvier 2011

Story of Gareth Edwards



Gareth Edwards is the greatest player the world has ever seen, and in this official video, told in Gareth's own words, we see exactly why. Gareth was still a student in 1967 when he gained his first Welsh cap in a match against France. This was to be the start of a run of 53 consecutive international appearances, thirteen of which he captained a record for a scrum-half. During Gareth's exceptional career Wales enjoyed a glorious spell of success, notching up seven Championships, five Triple Crowns and three Grand Slams. He also scored what has become acknowledged as the game greatest ever try when appearing for the Barbarians in 1973.  This comprehensive look at Gareth's career also captures his Three Lions' tours, South Africa in 1968 and the incredible teams of New Zealand 71 (the Lions' first ever series victory against New Zealand and South Africa '74. Interpersed with interviews from the likes of Dai Watkins, Clive Rowlands , Robert Jones and historian Dai Smith, and featuring incredible memorabilia from Gareth's personal collection this video will be watched by Welshmen and rugby lovers all over the world.






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